Harvard professor calls for halt to ‘CO2 Sequestration Challenge’ until 2024

More climate activists than ever are dying in the “CO2 Sequestration Challenge,” but James Anderson, a Harvard University professor of atmospheric chemistry, says organizers need to stop killing Progressive voters until 2024.

“Three hours ago, the scientific consensus was that we had 12 years to save the planet by not killing ourselves until 2030 — or 2031 if you want to get mathematical about it,” said Anderson.

“But now the consensus is we only have 5 years in which not to kill ourselves before millions of people die from man-made climate change,” he said, pointing to the countdown timer on his iPhone.

This new scientific evidence means that challenge organizers must ramp up rhetoric that dying is good for the planet, but only if you wait until 2024.

“Unfortunately, we’ve spent a lot of time and money telling people to off themselves as soon as possible,” said North American challenge organizer Star Pumé. “We’re not sure if we can put a lid on the challenge until 2024, but we have to try.”

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